Under the Sea Wooden Ring Toss Game
Bought these for the end of the year carnival party and they were exactly what i expected..there was a little assembly but it wasn't hard just had to screw in stick thing to the fish they even included all the screws so all you will need is a screw driver.
April 11, 2011
Worst Purchase So Far...
Purchased for children attending our tropical themed wedding. After reading the reviews, I knew what to expect. And it was as described - the dowels do not all fit into the holes on the fish, and the screw holes don't line up on some of them. One of the toppers was loose, but I fixed it with some glue. I just kept turning the poles in until they fit, but I really don't know how long they'll last. Just noticed one has already come apart during storage. Pretty expensive for the quality - by far the poorest product for the price that I've purchased from O.T. so far!
June 7, 2011
Cute, but required more work than wished
Bought this for my daughter's first birthday party. Cute set, but it required more work to make it functional that I had wished. The drill holes weren't lined up correctly and some were too big, but this problem was fixed by placing toothpicks in to fill the space and then screwing the dowels into the fish. The rings were misshapened, but this was fixed by wetting the rings and then placing them over a sand bucket (anything cylindrical would work) to give them a round shape.
June 11, 2010
I've purchased ring toss games from OTC before so I was rather surprised that this one didn't hold up. The pole is screwed into the fish-shaped base. All 5 of the poles came unscrewed before even getting to use the game. Also a few of the ring ropes came apart.
If looking for a ring toss game, I recommend the "wacky wooden" (star shaped) one. The poles and base come separate for easy storage and can be assembled for use. Although some customers posted problems with this item.
May 27, 2010
Cute but drill holes misaligned
I purchased this game to play for a giveaway at my office. Very fun, but more attention needs to be paid to aligning the drill holes for the screws to attach the fish to the peg. I ended up glueing them together.
February 8, 2010